Cope Taufan 14, a biennial Large Employment Exercise which took place from Jun. 9 to 20 in Malaysia, was attended by U.S. F-15s from 104th Fighter Wing, from Barnes ANGB (Air National Guard Base), Massachusetts, F-22 Raptor stealth fighters from the 154th Wing, Joint Base Peal Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, as well as several other aircraft belonging to the U.S. Air Force and Royal Malaysian Air Force, including RMAF MIG-29N Fulcrum, Su-30, BAE Hawk, and F/A-18D Hornet and F/A-18E/F Super Hornets.

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photo Airbus. Handover of First Airbus A400M to Royal Malaysian Air Force. Airbus A400M Atlas performs a flypast at an official reception ceremony, escorted by Malaysian Bae Hawk Mk 108/208s.

photo Airbus. Handover of First Airbus A400M to Royal Malaysian Air Force…

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Hobby Master Air Power Series jet powered 1/72 HA3511 McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D M45-01, TUDM (Royal Malaysian Air Force), 2007

Hobby Master Air Power Series jet powered 1/72 HA3511 McDonnell Douglas F/A-18D M45-01, TUDM (Royal Malaysian Air Force), 2007

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Royal Malaysian Air Force Museum

The Aviationist » Unusual formation: U.S. Navy F-18Es and Royal Malaysian Air Force Sukhoi Su-30s. Overflying USS George Washington

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Taming Sari were the first Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF or Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia) aerobatic display team.The team was formed in 1983 at the RMAF Flying Training Center #1, based at Alor Setar, Kedah. Originally the team flew five Pilatus PC-7 Mk I trainers painted in white, red and blue ...

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